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  • 27
    Jun

    Total to co-charter Pavilion Energy's first LNG bunker vessel

    The Business Times by TAN HWEE HWEE

    Singapore THE use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as marine fuel looks set to power up in Singapore - with another supermajor coming on board to help build infrastructure to supply ocean-going ships. The marine fuels arm of France's Total on Tuesday… More

  • 21
    Jun

    New $14m centre aims to improve maritime safety

    The Straits Times by ISABELLE LIEW

    A Centre of Excellence in Maritime Safety (CEMS) will open at Singapore Polytechnic (SP) later this year at a cost of $14 million. Announced at the third International Safety@Sea Conference yesterday, it is being launched by the Singapore Maritime Institute… More

  • 06
    Jun

    Aiming for zero CO2 emissions in shipping

    The Business Times by DAVID HUGHES

    NOT long ago anybody talking about ships that emitted no carbon dioxide from their engines would have had their sanity questioned. A couple of weeks ago the reassuringly sane deputy secretary-general of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), Simon… More

  • 06
    Jun

    Incubator arms of CMA CGM and PSA join hands to drive innovation

    The Business Times by TAN HWEE HWEE

    Singapore THE corporate venture arms of French shipping giant CMA CGM and port operator PSA International are teaming up to drive digitalisation and innovation in the shipping and supply-chain ecosystem. On Tuesday, the two units responsible for incubating… More

  • 05
    Jun

    $6m MPA grants to build LNG bunker vessels

    The Straits Times

    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has awarded $6 million of co-funding grants to FueLNG and Pavilion Gas to build two liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker vessels, the regulatory agency announced yesterday. FueLNG and Pavilion Gas will… More

  • 30
    May

    Beware of the slippery slope towards unmanned ships

    The Business Times by DAVID HUGHES

    AT FIRST glance an announcement from the International Maritime Organization (IMO) last week seemed reasonable and responsible. It said it had commenced work to look into how safe, secure and environmentally sound Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS)… More

  • 02
    May

    A sustainable upturn for the shipping industry?

    The Business Times by DAVID HUGHES

    THERE was a lot of confidence in the air during last week's Singapore Maritime Week. Indeed, according to a panel of senior shipping people, the shipping industry is witnessing a sustainable upturn for the first time in a decade. However, while reaching… More

  • 27
    Apr

    Govt subsidies not needed for int'l shipping, says Maersk Line CEO

    The Business Times by TAN HWEE HWEE

    Singapore GOVERNMENTS no longer need to subsidise or fund international shipping, which operates in "a competitive and effective market", Maersk Line CEO Søren Skou said on Thursday. Mr Skou added, while addressing maritime leaders at this year's Singapore… More

  • 27
    Apr

    MPA steps up measures to align marine fuel industry with new rules

    The Business Times by TAN HWEE HWEE

    Singapore SINGAPORE has stepped up efforts to align its marine fuel industry with an upcoming regulation aimed at cutting ship emissions. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore's (MPA) assistant CEO for operations M Segar said at an industry dinner… More

  • 27
    Apr

    S'pore shares its initiatives to promote sustainable shipping

    The Straits Times

    Collaboration is key to making shipping cleaner and greener given it is a global enterprise, said Senior Minister of State for Transport and Health Lam Pin Min. He told the Asia Europe Meeting Conference yesterday how Singapore has fostered such collaboration… More